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Pre-Conference Tours

Registration for each is $65

Tuesday, November 19 

9:00am - 4:00pm

Tour A: Tulane & second location to be announced

Reily Student Recreation Center, Tulane University

Located on Tulane University’s campus in uptown New Orleans, the Reily Student Recreation Center, constructed in 1989, totals more than 156,000 square feet of recreation space featuring a functional fitness training room, weight room, fitness studios, multi-purpose wood floor gymnasiums, a newly renovated Natatorium, indoor track, and an outdoor turf field and tennis courts. The Reily Student Recreation Center is host to multiple events including NCAA Swim and Dive meets and Special Olympics. The Reily Center provides opportunities for enhanced health and well-being for students, faculty, staff, emeritus, and alumni members.

Tuesday, November 19

7:30am - 5:00pm

Tour B: LSU and Southern University 

URec, Louisiana State University

LSU’s reimagined collegiate recreation center reopened in September 2017.  Come see what University Recreation has added over the past eight years to enliven recreation opportunities for the campus community.  Specifically, a free arcade, a new hi/low ropes course featuring a 450ft zip line, an outdoor fitness area, pickleball courts, and an outdoor park for students.  Learn about our campus partnerships to provide recreation beyond the recreation center and how LSU URec provides holistic well-being opportunities beyond fitness and sports.

Horace Wesley Moody, Sr. Intramural Sports Complex

Southern University and A&M College

The Southern University and A&M College - Horace Wesley Moody, Sr. Intramural Sports Complex not only honors the life and legacy of Horace Moody Sr., but it brings together the university students, faculty/staff and surrounding Baton Rouge, Louisiana community with its welcoming design and multi-purpose spaces that facilitate the health and wellness of anyone who enters its doors. The Horace W. Moody, Sr. Intramural Sports Complex is the first collegiate recreational sports facility named for a founding member of NIRSA. The Intramural Sports Complex is located near student housing on campus, which makes for a quick commute that provides a gymnasium with two courts for multiple uses, a weight room that rivals any state-of-the-art commercial gym, locker rooms and student/community lounge areas. In addition to the basketball and volleyball courts, the university has multi-purpose classrooms where instructors can offer Zumba, kickboxing, yoga classes, X-Treme Fitness, intense cardio and more to students, faculty/staff and members of the community.

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